DETROIT – Technology company NVIDIA says its Tegra system-on-a-chip superprocessor could alter the automotive industry dramatically by improving upon existing technologies and ushering in new ones. Santa Clara, CA-based NVIDIA, best known as a producer of chips for the video-game industry, has been a supplier to the automotive industry for more than a decade, providing graphic solutions that power tools used by designers, product developers and manufacturing engineers. For ...
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